When: Tuesday, July 17 through Thursday, July 26 (excluding the weekend); callback on August 9 for participation in Thingamajig; phone and webinar follow-ups in the fall & winter of 2018, after school is back in session.
Where: South Shore Natural Science Center, Norwell, with scheduled field trips around the South Shore.
Program Partners: NOAA’s Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary; National Weather Service; Mass Audubon; Manomet Center for Conservation Sciences; Museum Institute for Teaching Science (MITS); the Caterpillar Lab; and more.
Incentives: PDPs (Professional Development Points) provided by MITS, a climate change education kit for use in the classroom, and each teacher will receive a $250 stipend for their classroom at the completion of the program.
To apply for the program, please fill out the application form.
Please direct any questions to Chris Jacobs, Executive Director, at 781-6592559 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
This program has been made possible by a grant from the Cedar Tree Foundation.